Gamescom is now in full swing, so that means all sorts of new video game news has been hitting the Internet. Rather than posting the trailers for games like Gears of War 4, ReCore, The Surge, Mafia 3, and others individually, I’m taking the lazy man’s route and just combining them into one post. Sue me, one man only has so many hours in the day, and it’s not like you read video game trailer posts anyway, so head on down below to check out a few of the new video game trailers from Gamescom 2016.
First up we have the first 4K trailer to be released for Gears of War 4, which will support UHD visuals on the Xbox One S, and full 4K on capable PC rigs. The footage below is from a PC, so it can’t be confirmed to be as crisp on the Xbox One S at this time. Gears of War 4 hits retail on October 11th.
Microsoft also released a new trailer for ReCore, which is releasing on September 13th for the Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. You can check out the gameplay trailer below.
Deck13 released an extended gameplay video for The Surge, which is due out in 2017. You can check out the footage below.
2K released a new trailer for Mafia 3 at Gamescom, and you can check it out below. The game is set to release on October 7th for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
WB revealed a new bonus character for LEGO Dimensions on the PS4, who is Supergril. She will be available in starter packs for the PS4 starting this fall. You can watch a trailer for her below.
KOI Tecmo released a new gameplay trailer for the Attack on Titan game, which you an check out below.
Focus Home Interactive released a new trailer for Seasons After Fall, which is hitting PCs sometime this September. See what it has to offer via the trailer below.
EA released a World Cup of Hockey video for NHL 17, which you can watch below. The game will have a Play First trial starting on September 8th for EA Access members. Check out the trailer below.
Ubisoft released a developer diary for Grow Up, which you can learn more about below.
Finally, Nintendo released a new gameplay trailer for Metroid Prime: Federation Force, which releases this week for the 3DS.
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